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Selected books published by thinkBiotech

Building Biotechnology

The leading textbook and primer on the business of biotechnology

Biotechnology Entpreneurship

From Science to Solutions

Great Patents

Advanced Strategies For Innovative Growth Companies

Bugging Cancer

Daring to Dream

The Success Matrix

Winning in Business and in Life

Publishing Opportunities

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Peer-Reviewed Journal Articles

thinkBiotech publishes the Journal of Commercial Biotechnology, the authorotative source for leading thinking on biotechnology business management. The Journal of Commercial Biotechnology welcomes research papers, case studies, strategic guidance, and industry perspectives. The JCB also welcomes shorter commentaries on industry developments. More details and sample papers are available at


BiotechBlog guest posts are available for informative, non-commercial messages. This non-refereed outlet is more inclusive than the Journal of Commercial Biotechnology and is an excellent outlet for your industry perspectives and practical guidance. Submission guidelines are at, and existing guest content is at

Please send a short pitch using the contact form. Please include a author headshot/company logo and author/company bio for the byline along with any submissions.


thinkBiotech publishes books under the Logos Press imprint. Logos Press specializes in reference and text books addressing the use of knowledge to make intelligent strategic decisions. Recent titles are posted at If you are interested in writing a book or editing a compilation , please check out the submission guidelines at for guidance.


Yali Friedman, Ph.D.


Named one of the 100 most influential people in biotechnology by Scientific American.

Yali Friedman, Ph.D., is a publisher and entrepreneur. He is head of data analytics for Scientific American Custom Media and publisher of the Journal of Commercial Biotechnology. His first book, Building Biotechnology, is used as a course text in dozens of biotechnology programs. He also publishes data analytics products at and

Dr. Friedman has strong exposure to leading issues in international biotechnology. In 2008 he developed, and continues to produce, the Scientific American Worldview scorecard. The Worldview scorecard is the leading measure of global biotechnology innovation, profiling biotechnology industries and innovation capacity in more than 50 countries. It has been presented at the annual Biotechnology Industry Organization international conference, at biotechnology industry development forums for US federal agencies, and in forums from Asia to South America.

Before joining Scientific American, Dr. Friedman worked in technology-based economic development, where he conducted extensive primary research, including surveys, forums, and hundreds of interviews, to develop regional plans to spur economic growth in US states and metropolitan areas.

Yali Friedman

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